St. John The Evangelist, New Hinksey
New Hinksey is a Victorian suburb of a dozen or so blocks built to the east of South Hinksey village alongside the Abingdon Road... Des Blenkinsopp
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Go Historic ID
359187
Listed Building ID
1047100 view listed building data
Article Title
Church of St John Evangelist
Coordinates
51.7375820° N, 1.2557690° W map · aerial
Grid Reference
SP 51487 04581
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Listed Building Description

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612/26/79B VICARAGE ROAD 28-JUN-52 NEW HINKSEY CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (Formerly listed as: VICARAGE ROAD NEW HINKSEY CHURCH OF ST JOHN)

II 1898-1900 by Bucknall and Comper.

MATERIALS: Red brick with limestone dressings. Clay tile roof to the main body of the church. Aisle roofs probably leaded.

PLAN: Nave, N and S aisles. E end never built and the E end of the nave is used as a chancel.

EXTERIOR: The church, never completed, is primarily in a free Perpendicular style drawing upon the architecture of late medieval East Anglian churches. The nave has a gabled roof while the aisles have flat roofs behind plain brick parapets on the N and S sides. The windows are large and involve both Decorated and Perpendicular forms. The N side was intended as the show facade and has four bays to the aisle which has large five-light windows that fuse both Decorated and Perpendicular forms as was popular for churches around 1900. The Perpendicular S aisle windows are much simpler, being of conventional four-light mullioned-and-cusped design... read more

Page Info

Place ID
359187
Title
Church of St John Evangelist, Oxford, England
Date Added
October 8, 2013
Last Updated
May 6, 2022